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Nigerian EdTech Startup "HelpThemRead" Launches Revolutionary Online Learning Platform

Last updated Friday, January 20, 2023 15:55 ET , Source: HelpThemRead

HelpThemRead, a Nigerian educational technology start-up launched a revolutionary online reading platform that aims to make education more accessible and affordable for students in Nigeria and beyond.

Lagos, Nigeria, 01/20/2023 / SubmitMyPR /

HelpThemRead, a Nigerian educational technology start-up in Lagos State, Nigeria, recently launched a revolutionary online reading platform that aims to make education more accessible and affordable for students in Nigeria and beyond. The platform offers richly animated and curriculum-based video lessons, world-class books, practice exercises, social connection, a personalised learning dashboard that allow primary and secondary school students (5-18 years of age) to study at their unique pace using the web application platform. All books are well documented and are taught by experienced and qualified instructors and are available at flexible times to accommodate student busy schedules.

The EdTech startup offers a platform that can make education more accessible and affordable for students in Nigeria and beyond. It is designed to be user-friendly and interactive, making it easy for students to learn and succeed and their commitment is to change the narrative that Africans do not read. In addition to its courses, helpthemread also offers a range of resources and support services, including tutoring, career counselling, and test preparation and they are committed to making education more accessible and affordable for all students.

The Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at HelpThemRead, Mr. Michael Adenson, mentioned that “HelpThemRead believes every child is endowed, talented and has a seed of greatness that can be harnessed and nurtured through the power of reading. We believe all children, regardless of sex, race, tribe, background, religion, and nationalities have the potentials to succeed. Any disparities seen can be attributed to their exposure to good books, assimilation, and usage of the knowledge therein. The impacts of parents, guardians and regulatory agencies are essential in the ultimate development of the child.

The lead software engineer at HelpThemRead, Mr. Yusuf Oyebanji, added that the goal was to empower children to study at their own pace via any device using the platform. He also said that “Its mission is to bridge the gap between African children and students in the developed world where there is a high standard of educational facilities and support for good reading culture to change the narrative about the poor reading attitude of Africans to reading and to transform Africa through the power of the mind. Our innovative e-Learning and reading platform offers richly animated and curriculum-based video lessons, world-class books, practice exercises, social connection, and a personalised learning dashboard that allow primary and secondary school students (5-18 years of age) to study at their unique pace using our application. HelpThemRead monitors every child’s progress with detailed analytics to help every child identify their strengths and areas for improvement. These empower parents and guardians to effectively accelerate their children's reading abilities.”

It is also reported that they are working very hard through their recommendation, assessments, and other reading supports that any child that uses the application and platform for at least 5 years will have 90% chance of becoming successful in life. The company plans to expand its offerings and reach in the coming years.

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